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We Weep For The Dozens Of Children Who Were Murdered In Connecticut - But Not For the Many Who Are Murdered Everyday.

Updated on July 14, 2013

We Weep For The Dozens Of Children Who Were Murdered In Connecticut – But Not For Those Who Are Murdered In Secret Everyday….

Like many of my fellow citizens, I watched President Obama tear up a couple of times as he bemoaned the tragedy that killed dozens of innocent school-children in Connecticut… and we also empathized with our Commander-In-Chief knowing that he was genuinely feeling the weight of the moment and reflecting on the emotional turmoil of what the parents were going through with the lost of their children. But make no mistake because the evil that took those innocent children's lives is no different than the evil we used to murder children every single day under the banner of Abortion… and if President Obama and those of us who wholeheartedly support Abortion think we are less evil than that young man who carried out that Connecticut school massacre - we are sadly mistaken! There is a salient, hypocritical reason why many of us who support Abortion do not want anyone to see the sickening after effects of the pinnacle of the hard fought vaunted women’s right that was had under Roe v. Wade.

We are going to hear the clarion calls for gun-curtailing legislation from the major Progressive newspapers and their respective mouthpieces – those same influential mouthpieces that help to shape policies in our halls of power and who, along with President Obama, will never in a million years equate those murders in Connecticut to that of the 40 million babies or so we have murdered since the enactment of Roe v. Wade. Does anyone thinks that the thunderous support President Obama and many of us who are decrying the gun violence, but, yet support Abortion, are not implicated in the literal hundred of Abortion murders that took place today in our fair Republic… and incidentally, while we point our fingers at those who have perpetrated gun-murder, especially against innocent children… our respective three fingers and thumbs are saying right back at you hypocrites. When there is an execution or a tragedy like what took those innocent children lives today, we will hear the true and nagging refrain that we are one of the few civilized countries that allow state-sponsored murder (capital punishment) and also have free access to dangerous guns; but here is another nagging apt example that President Obama and those of us who support the murder of innocents under Abortion will not utter… that there are also so called uncivilized countries that will never sanction the murders of babies - much less to codify such murders in their laws.

In the coming days, there are going to be spirited debates on the issue of guns and psycho-analyses of the young man who murdered the children and seldom will anyone makes the analogy of our sponsorship of baby-murders under the murderous exception to the Hippocratic Oath, which allows doctors to do murderous harm to the unborn. President Obama and those of us who expressly or tacitly support Abortion are no different than Bin Laden, Timothy McVeigh, those involved in Columbine, Aurora, Virginia, and now Connecticut. Walk a few blocks in my Brooklyn neighborhood, and you will find that there are murderers wearing lab coats... there are no tears or will there be any coming from President Obama or the compassionate folks at the New York Times or the Washington Post for those children who have lost their lives today and in the future via having their brains sucked out and discarded under the Pax-Roeanna (borrowed from Justice Scalia) that is Abortion.

This morning while at my desk at work, my wife called and conveyed the sad news about the murders in Connecticut of the innocent children… including that valiant school-principal and my mind immediately went to our daughter who too was in school and is around the same average age of those children who were massacred. I secretly prayed for the parents because like the Biblical-poet-warrior-king, David, said when his own child was taken prematurely: he cannot come to me, but I will go to him eventually (2nd Samuel Chapter 12: Verses 22&23). What a world we are living in where children, be it through government sponsored Abortion murders or gun violence, are prematurely forced to walk through the painful valley of death.


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    • Verily Prime profile image

      Verily Prime 3 years ago from New York

      Well said, brother.

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      Wayne Richards 3 years ago

      Absolutely great job. keep exposing the hypocrisy of the secular messiah and all that support his anti-God murderous agenda. Great job

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      Cherry Ann 5 years ago from New York

      Voted up and awesome. Great hub of truth. Why should the President and others share their hypocritical tears when many of them support abortion.

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      bulldogrocks 5 years ago from Colorado

      Good hub vote up. I am saddened by those who died in Connecticut but

      I'm even more sad of the many children that die everyday because of abortions. I will never understand how anyone would be able to kill an innocent child like that. I have 3 beautiful children one of which is mentally disabled and I cant imagine life without her.

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      Verily Prime 5 years ago from New York

      Amen - what can we do but pray no matter the situation... may Jesus have mercy on us and be a buffer between us, especially the children, and evil of any kind.

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      graceinus 5 years ago from those of the Ekklesia

      The loss of life at any stage is never good. But we must remember that each and every one of us will some day stand before God and give an account for our actions in our life time. At the same time it is also possible that for many of us we find God and our Lord Jesus long after lives are lost. And our regrets run very deep. It is at this stage in ours lives when we fall to our knees to seek the forgiveness that can only come from God. And it is in these prayers that our father in heaven will hear us and know our regrets and pain. And with His gentle hand wipe our tears away.